I'd rather see a dog in a grocer than a dude open-carrying a gun, the latter of which I have encountered. Are the angry tomatoes about to attack?
As for not traveling to a country where dog is part of the cultural cuisine, then you best not travel about the western US anymore, Tom. Read the Lewis and Clark travel narrative and Francis Parkman's _The Oregon Trail_, and you'll find that dog--that is, puppy--and horse were once regularly consumed all across the western territories.
The business major is not "a brain drain," attracting the "best" students, but rather a major for drained-brains and for draining brains, as it attracts and panders to some of the least capable, lazy students, whose main focus is employability, not attaining a quality education. And I say this from experience, having taught students of all majors in freshman writing courses at UA for over a decade while earning a PhD.
A column on language use should not be riddled with so many grammatical errors. The plays on language are justified by the topic. The grammatical errors are not.
As a human, I personally find that first sentence disturbing on several counts.
That's awful, simply awful. John Belushi needs to step in to take care of those out-of-tune guitars ala Animal House style.
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